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London Metropolitan UniversityFaculty of Computing (North Campus)Coursework 1 Assignment HeaderSTUDENT REFERENCENUMBER___________________________________________________FAMILY NAMEAND INITIALS (Please print):___________________________________GRADE ALLOCATED :____________________N.B.All grades are provisional untilconfirmed by theBoard of Examiners.ASSESSOR'S INITIALS:________________________________Module Code:CC5004Module Name:Security in ComputingModule Organiser:Dr.Deepthi RatnayakeAssignment no.:1 of 1Weighting:30%Date set:Tuesday, October 11, 2016(% of module assessment total, incl. exam)Date and time due:Wednesday, 14 December 2016 3:00 PMSubmit to WebLearnASSESSOR’S COMMENTS1
(i)PLAGIARISMYou are reminded that there exist regulations concerning plagiarism. Extracts from theseregulations are printed overleaf. Please sign below to say that you have read and understandthese extracts:Extracts from UniversityRegulations on Cheating, Plagiarism andCollusionSection 2.3:“The following broad types of offence can be identified and are provided asindicative examples .....(i)Cheating: including taking unauthorised material into an examination; consultingunauthorised material outside the examination hall during the examination; obtaining anunseen examination paper in advance of the examination; copying from anotherexaminee; using an unauthorised calculator during the examination or storingunauthorised material in the memory of a programmable calculator which is taken intothe examination; copying coursework.(ii)Falsifying data in experimental results.(iii)Personation, where a substitute takes an examination or test on behalf of the candidate.Both candidate and substitute may be guilty of an offence under these Regulations.(iv)Bribery or attempted bribery of a person thought to have some influence on thecandidate’s assessment.(v)Collusion to present joint work as the work solely of one individual.(vi)Plagiarism, where the work or ideas of another are presented as the candidate’s own.(vii)Other conduct calculated to secure an advantage on assessment.(viii)Assisting in any of the above.Some notes on what this means for students:1.Copying another student's work is an offence, whether from a copy on paper or from acomputer file, and in whatever form the intellectual property being copied takes, including text,mathematical notation and computer programs.2.Taking extracts from published sourceswithout attributionis an offence. To quote ideas,sometimes using extracts, is generally to be encouraged. Quoting ideas is achieved by statingan author's argument and attributing it, perhaps by quoting, immediately in the text, his or hername and year of publication, e.g. " e = mc2(Einstein 1905)". Areferencesection at the end ofyour work should then list all such references in alphabetical order of authors' surnames. (Thereare variations on this referencing system which your tutors may prefer you to use.) If you wish toquote a paragraph or so from published work then indent the quotation on both left and rightmargins, using an italic font where practicable, and introduce the quotation with an attribution.School of Computing, FLSC2
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